An exhibition all about a certain form of leisure and sports shoe is opening in a few weeks time at the Design Museum, and tickets are now on sale.
About the The Design MuseumA museum devoted to the design of modern life - now based in a new home in South Kensington.
The main museum is free to visit, but some exhibitions are chargeable.
IMPORTANT - Although venues are reopening, their hours may differ from normal, and most now need prebooking before you visit.
Link to The Design Museum's website
The Design Museum,
The Design Museum,
224-238 Kensington High Street,
Exhibitions opening soon
Discover the story of Ai-Da, the world’s first convincing humanoid robot capable of creating artworks.
Open from Tue 18th May to Sun 6th June
This display marks the launch of Network Rail’s new customised typeface, Rail Alphabet 2, designed by her in close collaboration with Henrik Kubel.
Open from Tue 18th May to Tue 17th August
Step up and discover the footwear phenomenon that has challenged performance design, inspired subcultures and shaken the world of fashion.
Open from Tue 18th May to Sun 24th October
Meet one of the giants of 20th century design, a free spirit who championed good design for all and was often overshadowed by her famous male collaborators.
Open from Sat 19th June to Sat 4th September
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Fequently asked questions
What's the nearest railway station to The Design Museum
The nearest station is High Street Kensington which is 0.3 miles away.
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